Send and receive text messages with ease with EvolveSMS

EvolveSMS

The Messenger app on the BlackBerry Priv is one method with which you can send and receive SMS and MMS messages on Android. While it is a decent communications app, it lacks advanced features such as being able to switch easily between conversations and the ability to customize the appearance. The gestured based messaging app EvolveSMS balances form and function for your Priv. It offers an...

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BerryFlow Upstream Podcast - Homecoming

BerryFlow Upstream Podcast - Homecoming

Last night, we celebrated 100 episodes of the BerryFlow podcast, and if you missed taking it in live, you can now go ahead and get yourself caught up by watching the video replay or grabbing the audio file. Topics for this week include the BlackBerry 'Hamburg' purported specs, the annual BlackBerry Security Summit, and the release of BlackBerry Integrity Detection for developers. Topics...

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AT&T will cut its Next payment plans from 4 to 2 starting on June 9

ATT

At the moment, the device payment plans for AT&T are AT&T Next 24, AT&T Next 18, AT&T Next 12 and AT&T Next With Down Payment. On June 9, that will change to just two plans. From AT&T: AT&T Next Every Year: Upgrade to a new device every year, with a 24-month financing program term. AT&T Next: Upgrade every 2 years, with a 30-month financing program term. In...

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John Chen discusses why he came to BlackBerry, his future plans and more

John Chen

John Chen is no stranger to turning companies around, and that is what his main focus was when he came to BlackBerry. So, how did BlackBerry convince Chen to join the company? How is he progressing? Well, Chen recently sat down to answer some questions regarding why he accepted the position, his plans to fix the company and much more. From John Chen's interview with The Washington Post: Why...

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Save $22 on this charge and sync dock for your BlackBerry Priv today!

Save $22 on this charge and sync dock for your BlackBerry Priv today!

Looking for an easy way to keep your BlackBerry Priv charged and synced without the hassle of finding your USB cable each time? If so, BlackBerry's official sync pod is the accessory you want on your desk, as it will give you an easy place to set your device down for these tasks. Right now, you can pick one up for $17.95.

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Mobile Nations Weekly: Google In-and-Out

Mobile Nations Weekly: Google In-and-Out

Google I/O, on the Google campus, where Google unveils all the new Google things... So, there was this little thing out in California called Google I/O. Only a few small announcements: like Google taking on Amazon Echo, two new messaging apps, built-in VR for Android, apps that only download the parts you need as you need them, and a whole new smart assistant. Oh, and Android Wear 2.0 and...

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Consume news in a more interactive way with Ripple

Consume news in a more interactive way with Ripple for BlackBerry 10

Little Boat Studios, formerly ReFocus Tech, has now released a new app for BlackBerry 10 called Ripple. Ripple aims to offer you a new and unique way to get the latest news by introducing a predictive chat based feature that helps you browse through the top eight headlines every hour. Features: Ripple provides you with 8 things happening at this hour. Ripple provides you with a chat based...

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BlackBerry raises its eyebrow to add the 'Colbert emoji' to BBM

Colbert emoji

BlackBerry has announced that BBM will be the first messenger app to add support for the "Colbert emoji" from the Unicode Consortium. It includes a face with a raised eyebrow and resembles the same one used by late night talk show host Stephen Colbert. BlackBerry's Mike Mitchell announced the new addition to BBM's emoji collection on the company's blog: It only makes sense that the...

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BlackBerry announces BlackBerry Integrity Detection for developers

BlackBerry announces BlackBerry Integrity Detection for developers

Remember that BlackBerry Bide APK that piqued interest in the early Priv leaks? Well, we're finally learning more about what it is exactly, thanks to a new announcement on the BlackBerry Developers Blog introducing BlackBerry Integrity Detection for developers. With the recent software update to Android Marshmallow being rolled-out to BlackBerry PRIV owners, the good news also extends to...

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Veteran BlackBerry analyst says company should get out of the handset business

Gus Papageorgiou, the veteran Wall Street analyst who covered BlackBerry for many years and joined Macquarie Group in March, has initiated coverage of BlackBerry once again with a sell rating according to Bloomberg, believing that the market would applaud the company exiting the device business. In a note to clients, Papageorgiou noted: We remain skeptical that the company can make the...

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BlackBerry rolls out their fourth Android Marshmallow beta build to Priv owners

While many thought the public release of Android Marshmallow to Priv owners meant the beta testing was over, BlackBerry has proven that to not be the case at all. A new beta build, the fourth in the line of betas, has now been released. This time around, you'll have to have either an STV100-1 variant purchased from ShopBlackBerry or Amazon or an STV100-3 purchased through Canadian carriers...

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BlackBerry hosting annual Security Summit on July 19 in New York

BlackBerry hosting annual Security Summit on July 19 in New York

For the past two years now, BlackBerry has held their annual BlackBerry Security Summit in July and this year is no different. BlackBerry has now sent notices letting folks know their third annual BlackBerry Security Summit will be held on July 19 in New York. Please save the date to join BlackBerry on Tuesday, July 19 in NYC for the third annual BlackBerry Security Summit. BlackBerry...

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Save big on the leather flex shell for your BlackBerry Passport SE today!

Save big on the leather flex shell for your BlackBerry Passport SE today!

Looking for a way to keep your BlackBerry Passport SE standing upright when you aren't using it? If so, BlackBerry's leather flex shell will make a great addition to your phone, as it matches the overall design and look, and provides the functionality. Right now, you can grab one for just $14.95.

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You can grab six microUSB cables of various lengths for just $7 at Amazon with coupon code

Right now you can pick up six Tronsmart microUSB cables for just $7 at Amazon with coupon code 6USBCORD, a savings of $4. The set comes with various cable lengths, including (1) one-foot cable, (2) three-foot cables and (3) six-foot cables. If you are the one who never seems to be able to find a cable when you are in need of one, you'll want to grab this collection. The variety of sizes...

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BlackBerry 'Hamburg' purported specs turn up on benchmark tests

BlackBerry 'Hamburg' purported specs turn up on benchmark tests

With two Android-based phones already confirmed to be coming and rumors surrounding those devices having already been swirling for a while now, it was only a matter of time before more information started popping up. The latest tidbit of news comes by way of GFXBench, which is currently showing some purported baseline specs for the 'Hamburg'. According to GFXBench database, the Hamburg holds...

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WhatsApp rolls out beta update for BlackBerry 10, reminds users the app will be discontinued in December

WhatsApp has rolled out a new beta update through the BlackBerry Beta Zone. This release pegged as version 2.16.40.2, has multiple bug fixes for various media upload and sending issues as well as the typical miscellaneous fixes and updates. One, other addition to the beta update, though, feels a little like tossing salt in the wound. Yes, this release also includes an initial deprecation...

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The Android for Work DevHub helps business developers learn and connect

The Android for Work DevHub helps business developers learn and connect

Google is expanding its support for enterprise developers with the new Android for Work DevHub. The hub is meant to keep developers informed about the latest news surrounding Android in business environments, and give enterprise developers a place to communicate with one another. Members of the DevHub will also receive exclusive Google Play for Work and Android for Work product betas. DevHub...

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One App from CellNinja helps add an additional layer of security to your phone

Have you ever had the problem where someone asks you to use your phone but you don't want to let them because you just know they might start flipping through its contents? Perhaps you often hand off your phone to a child to watch videos but don't want them to be able to access anything else? Maybe you just have an app you want to show off but not allow anyone to browse the rest of your phone. If...

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T-Mobile adds Google Play Music, Spotify, Qello Concerts and more to BingeOn

BingeOn T-Mobile

T-Mobile has announced that it has once again added a number of new BingeOn partners. This marks the fifth expansion of the service in the six months since its release, and it holds some big name additions. While some of these previously allowed music streaming under Music Freedom, they now offer unlimited video streaming as well. A list of new providers includes: Google Play Music Great Big...

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Meizu dips its toes into the U.S. market with a crowdfunded wireless speaker

Meizu wants you to help crowdfund its 'floating' Gravity wireless speaker

Meizu, a name you most likely associate with its Chinese-market Android phones, is looking to dip its toes into the U.S. via an unexpected product: a wireless speaker. However, rather than going with a more traditional launch, Meizu has opted to introduce its "floating" wireless speaker via a crowdfunding effort on Indiegogo. Called Gravity, the speaker features a design that make it look...

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